Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) delivered just twelve 777, 777X, and 787 shipsets to Boeing in the first quarter of its financial year 2022, which ended in June. This compares to 21 shipsets in the same period last year. The lower number reflects the low rates at...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the third airline to confirm an order for Boeing’s new full-freighter, the 777-8F. But like launch customer Qatar Airways, the Japanese have swapped orders for the 777-9 for the freighter version. ANA also confirmed an order for...
Boeing held its pre-Farnborough media briefings last week, inviting dozens of aviation journalists to Seattle for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Apart from presentations, the event included tours in Renton and Everett to the MAX and 747 production...
Lufthansa is in discussion with Boeing on how to bridge the gap in capacity, now that delivery of the first 777-9 has been delayed to 2025. The German airline looks at various options, including the sourcing of more new 787s or used aircraft that are available on the...
UPDATE – Boeing has confirmed that the first delivery of the 777-9 has slipped to 2025, without being more specific about the exact quarter. The airframer has revised the schedule of the 777X program, “which reflects an updated assessment of the time required to...
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